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TITAN: Inspiring the Next Generation of Manufacturers

“Everyday when I come into class, my students want to talk about Titan. I think its great that our industry has a leader that makes manufacturing cool again.”

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FREE - CNC Machining Education

"TITANS of CNC" is currently building the biggest online educational platform for CNC Machining ever developed.
The platform will offer thousands of projects, like this one, all available for free. Download everything you need to learn the CNC trade. Solid Models, Prints, Set-Up Sheets, How-To Videos and so much more.

Parts / Projects will be rated using Stars. A "1 Star" part will be a simple shape that will be drawn and machined on a mill or lathe. Below is a sample of a "4 Star" part being created using Autodesk FUSION 360. CNC Programming would be completed by simply dropping the "Model" tab down on the upper left side and going into "CAM". All parts are also "Color Coded" depending on the material used.

I have visited and spoken at some of the biggest CNC Schools around the country and this has lead to my vision... To help provide all teachers and students with the right tools and projects to become Great CNC Machinist & Programmers. I am not trying to compete with current curriculum, I am instead just adding free content to the toolbox.

This is going to be HUGE... I can't even begin to explain all of it... If your a Hobbyist, Machinist, Engineer, Shop Owner or Maker, you can increase your knowlege and experience all FOR FREE! Not to mention watching a ton of inspirational videos and past episodes.


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Daniel GerdinI manage a machine shop floor and can truly say that trying to effectively learn a software without a machine seems a little unrealistic. How is someone going to learn feeds, speeds, push off, and proper machining techniques without the real thing. The reality of machining is like learning to drive without a car. I am all for teaching the art of machining, but you need a good teacher, the hands on experience, and program coding knowledge to succeed. I have seen too many kids who said they can program crash 100 thousand dollar machines and scrap high dollar parts because they don't understand how to even hold a part properly or the significance of the most basic g and m codes. Anything worth doing is hard, but totally worth it!3   ·  7 hours ago

Titan Ty GilroyI am also going to have guest CEO's, Leaders, Programmers and Industry Experts contribute from the biggest companies in the world... So Engineers from huge Aerospace companies will be featured doing drawing lessons and Machinist from top companies will give lessons on how they solved difficult problems... Knowledge is power and we are going to share all that knowledge for Free. Everyone makes things so complicated because they want to sell their products / software to teachers and schools etc. I am going to make complicated easy and give it to everyone for Free. Let's break down some walls and make a positive difference in the greatest industry on earth... BOOM!!! Remember, if your at IMTS this year come and say hi.21   ·  6 hours ago

Eddie HoltThis is awesome! I have always been interested in learning CNC, so much that I just recently built my own using a Grizzly g0704. It took a bit of time but it was fun to learn. I've been dreading learning a CAM software, I look forward to using your classes to help me out! Love what you're doing my friend!1   ·  7 hours ago

Eddie HumphriesI am a program manager/instructor for machine tool technology at our local technical school....I currently teach Mastercam and FeatureCAM. I am always looking for extra tools to use in the classroom! I want to thank you for giving me inspiration that I can pass on to my students! Looking forward to adding this to my curriculum! Thanks for the support!11   ·  9 hours ago

Lonnie BlanchetteThank you, thank you, thank you! I've been trying to get into CAD and CAM stuff. I actually downloaded Fusion360 on Amazon day because of your post. Thanks for everything you do to teach people who don't have the skills yet!1   ·  8 hours ago

Edward Watson IIICan't wait! You are an inspiration to me. I own a very small machine shop. I am trying to get the most out of my machines so I can grow. Thank you!1   ·  6 hours ago

Todd ColeAlways been kind of interested in cnc but never went to college or anything, but this could be interesting! Thanks1   ·  9 hours ago

Ash WareingAwesome man. Just getting started with fusion. It's brilliant.1   ·  9 hours ago

James Bellthis will be mind blowing, I cant wait, well done!!!!1   ·  9 hours ago

Marco MataI'll be waiting for it either way I'm taking the online class for mastercam1   ·  8 hours ago

Gary SteuartI wish this would have been availble when I became a machinist 21 years ago!1   ·  8 hours ago

Josh PetersonThank you for putting all this effort into this, truly amazing!4 hours ago

Lou CarmanWow man you do Alot for us machinist/ programmers. I'm excited to learn how to machine parts as fast as Titan does7 hours ago

Tom DirtThis is the most useful thing I have ever seen on fb. Thanks, Titan!4 hours ago

Joel HixenbaughScott Williams maybe it's time you learnt you something.1   ·  8 hours ago

Austin DonnellyTres Pederson something we should look into when it comes out1   ·  8 hours ago

Jakub PekThank you for your work. This amazing what you do. Greetings from Poland. Always I'm happy when I see you attached something new.1   ·  9 hours ago

Sergio Andres Jimenez Camachovery good idea, specially the part of using fusion 360 that is a free CAM1 hour ago

Rick MitchellI could use a little help with that.1   ·  9 hours ago

Tim SesslerCount me in. I can use whatever help I can get.1   ·  9 hours ago

William MarstonNice2   ·  9 hours ago

Lane PoorGotta follow!1   ·  9 hours ago

Tim Speedy LeeMuch respect for all that you do!1   ·  8 hours ago

Matthew JuntunenThats awesome! Thank you!!!!!!!1   ·  9 hours ago

Jim BrownSatisfactory!!1   ·  8 hours ago

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Are you going to IMTS this year? If so, please stop by and say hi... I am looking forward to meeting everyone. Here is the schedule for the Autodesk Booth (E-3222). I will also be at the Arch Global booth (W-1870) on Tuesday at 11 am. Will also be stopping by Mitee-Bite, Royal Products, Raptor, Te-Co, Huot, Haas and just walking around to see all the latest our amazing industry has to offer. ... See MoreSee Less

We are proud to have TITANS of CNC in our booth (E-3222) during IMTS. Wed&Thurs Sept 14&15 at 12:00 and 3:00.

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Tony FluhartyYou are doing a great thing. We need to bring manufacturing back to the USA. It will take people like you to make it happen. Show that it isn't impossible to get the education needed and be part of the 21st century of industry. The great thing about machining world is it doesn't cost an arm and a leg to get the education needed to be successful and the pay is rewarding if you truly work hard and want to be successful.3   ·  13 hours ago

Jorge Jose BunzIt's great that haas buys your allegiance, but I wouldn't consider a haas the art of manufacturing. They're be mastered the art of marketing, but still use high end CNC machines to build their product. The cost of ownership on a haas is higher than Japanese and Korean products. We won't bring back manufacturing to the u.s. If we don't have the best equipment in manufacturing.1   ·  9 hours ago

Abram PletaSweet. Coming from Clemson Univ with our manufacturing research team.1   ·  6 hours ago

Jeremy Van DykeHarrison Van Maanen gotta go to the meet and greet!2   ·  5 hours ago

William LeonardKeeping rocking Lil brother. Grab the bull by the horns and enjoy the ride. Slide me a msg if you ever ride out to central Texas my friend....Centrifugal Castings is my gig and a proving ground of centrifugal castings and machining . keep it off the chain bud.6 hours ago

Bradley BlechschmidtI'll see you there man hope to meet you thatd be awesome. if it happens it happens lol. Ill be working Carr Lane booth, DESTACO, Enerpac, Raptor, Heimatec, probably a couple other tooling lines too.9 hours ago

Nick LopezTitan Ty Gilroy you already know I'll be there to meet you. Bummer I have to go on my own time and dime because my employer only allows salaried people to go1   ·  13 hours ago

Nick BicaDon't forget to stop by the Iscar Metals booth Titan. 👍🏻👍🏻1   ·  13 hours ago

Ez RahI wish i can meet you someday...i admire what you did for the world of manufacturing, especially CNC machines..wish you more success..13 hours ago

Jake RothAJ Kania want an autograph?1   ·  12 hours ago

David CarterI want to go to IMTS this year, but the checking account says otherwise :(12 hours ago

Casey GoesI wish man... Some day I'll make it out there14 hours ago

Brandon WattierAutograph signing???😮3 hours ago

Jeremy HessI live for imts!8 hours ago

Brian HartleySee you there !4 hours ago

Robert WhaleySee ya there!!7 hours ago

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Autism & CNC Machining...

Had such a blast this week when Tyson (My oldest son) and I visited Glendale Community College to work with and talk to the students in the Amazing program called "Uniquely Abled".

Check out Tyson signing Autographed Hats:-) Tyson was diagnosed with Aspergers and many told me he could never drive a car or do other normal things...

Well, He not only drives a car fast and has a great life... But he also leads my Lathe Department and Programs our most difficult Aerospace parts. The students loved Tyson and he is proof that amazing things are possible when others don't believe! Tyson has a tremendous focus and work ethic that many don't have. It's a gift. He's great with numbers and is just the nicest guy you will ever meet. When parts need to get shipped, he does what's necessary to make it happen. Our CNC Shop brought Tyson out of the shadows and gave him confidence. Now, He talks smack with the best of them:-) Seeing Tyson talk to the students really touched me and made me proud... They all loved him as I do.

CNC Machining can and will help Autistic Students all across this Great Nation and World... But we need more schools to follow Glendales lead and open up schools everywhere with Uniquely Abled Programs. I believe in this and that's why I am fighting to get the word out!!!

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Vincent CarboneGaining more and more respect and appreciation for you guys! Thanks for giving me inspiration that there is still hope for the industry! Keep up the good work9   ·  2 weeks ago

James BellMy little boy (5 years old) is autistic, but loves coming to my work and watching in amazement at the machines :)9   ·  2 weeks ago

Brad LisleIt's a beautiful thing your doing Titan. I have been watching your progress and nothing but amazed at what you are accomplishing. I love to see others helping others succeed, as that is my job as well. I urge you to take a look at a company called "Lighthouse for the Blind". They are located in Seattle Washington and I'm fortunate enough to have had the privilege to work with them on occasion. They are an 80% blind or blind and deaf manufacturing facility. As an Applications Engineer at Gosiger Inc. partnered with Okuma we are able to help them to be successful. Being in a different shop each week, constantly hearing negativity on trying to find skilled individuals, I look back and think about how Lighthouse for the Blind had overcome this hurdle time and time again. If you're ever interested in a tour, please let me know. I'm sure there are a lot of machinist that would love to hear your inspirations4   ·  2 weeks ago

Mike DanskinWish I could get your shows, any where I could watch old seasons for free, YouTube?1   ·  2 weeks ago

Daniel James McKenzie III was the first to like it2   ·  2 weeks ago

Justin TangWhere is this place at?1   ·  2 weeks ago

Bill DavisIs this Glendale Az. ?1   ·  2 weeks ago

Darrin TenneyGlendale, Arizona??1   ·  2 weeks ago

Danna BonneyAfter teaching students with Autism for 5 years - I am a witness that they are way smarter than we are!2   ·  2 weeks ago

Tre ButlerAww dude, pulling at the strings. This is so amazing. Have a little 5 y.o. nephew with autism and I always say, "That's my little engineer!" Just spent last weekend with him, and reading this just melted me. God bless your son as well. I've always said God chooses the parents of kids with special needs, so they can grow up with proper love and support; you were chosen, and you've done a fantastic job. I'm blabbing, but man, this touched me.4   ·  2 weeks ago

Casey GooldSome of the best machinist I know have some form of Autism or Aspergers. While many will say they can't function in society, little do people know they are usually the ones who keep things going. They have the ability to have complete focus, where most can't. I teach high school precision machining and we are always being told our tech programs are the dumping ground for troubled students and students with certain disorders. There is nothing wrong with these kids, they just need mental stimulation. Luckily our programs provide that for them, where regular Education cannot. I get calls from parents all the time thanking me for giving their kids direction and a sense of purpose. Keep up the good work. 👍👌 we need more like you out there promoting CTE "Career & Technical Education"8   ·  2 weeks ago

Mulligan WoodHeck yeah! Was great to have you and your crew here to spread the word. I think more schools will see the benefits of running a program like this and follow suit3   ·  2 weeks ago

Charles LakatoshGreat job Tyson myself had learning disabilities!! To this day my parents have never told me to diagnose of it other than holding me back a year in middle school. I can I even remember several teachers in my high school telling me I should get used to emptying garbage cans and sweeping floors. Well F#@'# them. Graduated high school won the Machine I shop award. Went to Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology and was supposed reject Act 101 kid be lucky if I made it past first semester, but with a heck of a lot of hardworking I did first year was on academic probation with a 1.85 GPA. I loved making something from nothing and had a Passion for it ended up graduated with I think it was 3.62 GPA. The School President even called me to his office an c.f. d congratulated me. Bottomline is a persons Passion and perseverance and lot of doubters made me never quit on a job. Stick too it the images will come I true inside of your head ! Today I work at Fortune 500 company in the Manufacturing Engineering Department Doing what it takes to keep part moving, developed new process and technologies to keep us ahead. Never Never let someone else sell uou short in life!!! KEEP PUSHING!!!!8   ·  2 weeks ago

Jeffery FullerI am so glad to see this! I did not know a school like this was out there. I have a list of learning disabilities my self, my mother was told I would never do more then just live by many people in the school system machining let me prove them all Rong I to day after machining for 7 years have a house ( that is mine not the banks) two cars and am getting married. Machining gave me a life I never thought I could have1   ·  2 weeks ago

Fred CraigGreat read, I will say I watch a few of your videos and we now have a VF10 kicking parts out manufacured in America, reading stories like your gives me even more drive to bring young guys onboard and see them learn and work on projects that make customers smile! Being a fabrication job shop, we jumped into this CNC market with both feet and look forward to building it from here! Thanks for sharing your sons story and I am glad to see the passion being the forefront to lead young guy to break barriers and become incredible talents! Keep up promoting made in the USA, these young people today need inspired more than ever!3   ·  2 weeks ago

Jason McGuireYou guys, all of you, are amazing (to me). I'm still "young" in the trade and learning. I love machining though. You are so inspirational to people like myself. Thank you Titan and all of your machining family. Keep up the good work and keep pushing.2   ·  2 weeks ago

Antonio GaccettaThat really is great. However, I live in Texas. Constantly I see schools shutting down regular classes for welding and especially machining to open the way for more college prep. I'm sorry to say, but most teachers see working with your hands is on the way out. Not because it's true, but because the funding they receive gets earmarked for that. Sad, really, seeing as you can't drive down the road and not see the importance of trade arts2   ·  2 weeks ago

Rachel FilipekThat is an awesome life time story, to the bond of family that is about seeing past all that stuff and simply see there Chile as he is, and all that he can become. Great work for not letting or allowing the world to defining either.🙏1   ·  2 weeks ago

Harold F Lalumondiere Jr.Ill say a good company to get in with would be jetstream, their is lots of mill and machine work to be done on a waterblast pump. Id forsee making the big bucks with them or butterworth. I really love the program youve got going on here, all american through and through.2   ·  2 weeks ago

David StenskeMy seven year old is on the spectrum, he loves science. I am a CNC Cutter Grinder, and was thinking of letting him watch the machines grind sometime.2   ·  2 weeks ago

Darren RoarI have an autistic son. They are gifts from God! God bless you and your son!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Colin James DionneI have Aspergers myself, and machining helped me more than I thought possible.2   ·  2 weeks ago

Waid DurrThats awesome!! I bet autistic folks could take design to a whole new level most people would have never even thought of! Once they know what they like it's GAME ON!! I have so much respect yall! Keep up the great work! AMERICA!!!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Liliana Gutiérrez GutiérrezHey that's amazing I did not know Glendale Community Collegr offers CNC machining classes .. I just graduated from Gateway Community College with my assosiates in industrial engineering .. now I'm currently working for an aerospace company as a machinist and a programmers engineer assistant ..4   ·  2 weeks ago

Thomas Feeney Jr.awesome job Tyson your a truly an amazing guy hats off to you keep doing what you do. God bless you and everyone else.2   ·  2 weeks ago

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Vets & CNC Machining!

Today, I have the honor of working with and alongside the Vets at "Workshops for Warriors" in San Diego.

Such an Amazing program! We need a program like this in every city in America!

We also need to fight to bring our American manufacturing jobs back from foreign countries so we can employ those who risked it all for our Great Country!!!

Note: "Workshops for Warriors" has an almost perfect Job Placement percentage.
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Brandon MaukI attended this school after I got out of the Marines. It was a pretty good experience, but they are way too underfunded. I was one of few to get a 25k scholarship, but that never happened.1   ·  2 weeks ago

Randy FisherI been out of CNN for years now work ,about 20yrs where I work they had a down sizing been out of work for 4yrs worrying about getting back in CNN scared I'm not going to remember how to setup the machine I ran lathes. I been out so long I'm scared I won't pick it up again . What do u think? I'm 60 now I'm worried it might be my age I'm having a hard time finding a job.2   ·  2 weeks ago

Michael WrightI live in San Diego, jobs are not plentiful and it's not as shiny and pretty as they claim1   ·  2 weeks ago

Jeremy BlalockLove what you guys are doing. Let's bring CNC machining back to the USA. Those jobs belong to hard working Americans, TITANS of CNC you guys are awesome!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Johnny MattinglyCan you make anything Titan? Can you give a website and or link of what you can do?1   ·  2 weeks ago

Ryan RomanKeep shining Titan.. Ur making America proud brother2   ·  2 weeks ago

Randall SiebertTitan, I'm pleased to see you do what you do, i will have my own shop and hopefully do great, I love making CNC's dance, but sick of watching all of these jobs leave, just happened again, almost 600 jobs gone in 6 months, keep up the social media awareness, love it!! We need to make the U.S. wake up and show them what we can do, the talent is great.1   ·  2 weeks ago

David SnowNot many jobs in Texas for CNC machinists. Oil and gas is way down. Big aircraft shops have cut back to 40 hours. Tough out there now2 weeks ago

Chad BlackshireGood stuff buddy! You are definitely passionate in what you do. This is the type of schooling that needs to be put back into schools aswell. The system did a wrong turn when they pulled the majority of "shop electives" out of schooling. Make America Great Again one day at a time2 weeks ago

Mike Blocki met him in 2012 when I was stationed with the wwbw. Did their welding program, wonder if they ever got better funding...1   ·  2 weeks ago

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Autism & CNC Machining

Check out this short video I just shot with my phone... Absolutely Love these students.
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Patrick HughesAwesome video Titan. I'm an ex felon myself and have always been interested in giving back and helping rehabilitate others. This video gives me inspiration to achieve that goal. Thanks for the share.4   ·  2 weeks ago

Keith TaylorMike Steltz this sounds like an awesome program1   ·  2 weeks ago

Idriss HamaidiaHow much a CNC programmer who has just graduated from college gets paid?1   ·  2 weeks ago

Brian HanlonGosh I miss running cnc's so bad! Sometimes I wish I could go back to it.1   ·  2 weeks ago

Eric FranzenFilling the "skills gap" employment issue with encouragement while blindly disobeying the sociological "labels" that scare willing candidates away from vocational careers! Much respect TITANS!2   ·  2 weeks ago

Mark Lawrence McRayGreat job! Autistic love repetitive task, perfect for machine factory! You get Nobel prize in the category of medicine!2   ·  2 weeks ago

Eric FranzenApril Ann Franzen this is cool! I haven't seen but he show yet but.... excellent advocation!2   ·  2 weeks ago

Stewart HoustonYour a good man America needs more like you 👍3   ·  2 weeks ago

Cody LauzonVery cool opportunity! Good looking part too !2   ·  2 weeks ago

Oly GutierrezMan I was just laid off...was running some cnc..2   ·  2 weeks ago

Justin Cornely👍🏻 it's great seeing people help without wanting something in return. I share the same passion with machine tool programming. I help teach at our local tech school in Ohio. I also work with mentality handicapped and teach them clean up and change coolent. I love my job and I love helping other's2 weeks ago

William MarstonIt's definitely an amazing program. So great meeting Titan and Tyson!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Shant AlexanderArin mulligan is my boy. Great kid and smart too.1   ·  2 weeks ago

Hannibal StarbuckAwesome Ty!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Chad BlackshireVery cool!2 weeks ago

Shawn SilvaBOOOM!!2 weeks ago

Mary MirchLove it!!!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Cristian RodriguezCarlos olivares ,Roger lin2 weeks ago

Irene ShaverdianHi Titan thank you so much for our shirts :) we love it. Boom1 hour ago

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Ian WebsterM a d e i n U S A 🇺🇸 You guys are Awesome2 weeks ago

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Educate Yourself About American Manufacturing

“Guys like Titan are helping to bring Made in America back, stronger than ever. His story is an inspiration to all of us that anyone, anywhere in this great nation can mount a comeback and make us all stronger for it.”

President of the Alliance for
American Manufacturing


Educate Yourself About American Manufacturing

“Guys like Titan are helping to bring Made in America back, stronger than ever. His story is an inspiration to all of us that anyone, anywhere in this great nation can mount a comeback and make us all stronger for it.”

President of the Alliance for
American Manufacturing



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